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Lately I've been noticing a lot of one sided opinions or just one point of view of arguments, problems, etc. The important thing I've learned is to put yourself in the other person's shoes and think about what the other person might be thinking about. I've used that a lot, and it's really helped me not start arguments in real life and in WI.
For example, I e-mailed a friend the other day and she didn't reply back immediately. She usually does, and it was It might have seemed like she was ignoring me, but I "put" myself in their shoes and there were many possibilities why she wasn't able to reply back. So, instead of sending her an e-mail saying, "Why aren't you replying? Are you ignoring me?" I thought about situations where I could be the one not replying to e-mails. Maybe she was just busy at the moment and couldn't reply, or maybe she was sick and had to stay in bed. And sure enough, she e-mailed me back a couple days later saying she was sorry and that she was just busy.
This is a sort of motto I've lived by and it's helped solved many arguments. I just wanted to share this and I hope many of you have been using this also
Also, you should also respect each other's opinions, and not try to change their mind. (thanks Kellyschrvr & Keylargo).
Thanks for reading! Feel free to leave any comments, suggestions, or criticism.
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